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Topic: Being Raised tonight...what should I wear?
Posted By: CLewey44
Subject: Being Raised tonight...what should I wear?
Date Posted: March/17/2015 at 9:28am
Hello brothers! I am being raised tonight and wanted to know if I should wear a suit or just polo/khakis type clothes? Based on the previous 2 degrees, I have a feeling I know what will become of my clothing; at least in the first portion. But as a sign of respect, I wondered if I should suit and tie it maybe? It's generally pretty casual but some members do wear coat and tie whereas other may wear a biker jacket maybe. Any thoughts and guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Clint

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Edmond Lodge #37
Washington Lodge #36
OES Chapter #247
Bro. J. Clint Lewey
(I): 02 September 2014
(P): 30 December 2014
(R): 17 March 2015



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Posted By: Adept?
Date Posted: March/17/2015 at 9:48am
Whatever you wore for your first two degrees I think would be just fine.
Congratulations on the upcoming raising. There is no degree like the third degree (yes, that is where the saying comes from) keep your ears and your mind open!

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"It is humanity that creates god, and men think that god has made them in his image, because they make him in theirs."


Posted By: CLewey44
Date Posted: March/17/2015 at 11:15am
Thank you and I look forward to it!

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Edmond Lodge #37
Washington Lodge #36
OES Chapter #247
Bro. J. Clint Lewey
(I): 02 September 2014
(P): 30 December 2014
(R): 17 March 2015


Posted By: CanadianPaul
Date Posted: March/17/2015 at 5:51pm
By now, Brother, you are a Master mason! Congratulations from St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada!

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Paul Miller, Ass'nt. Gr. Sec. (Hon. Scot.)

Past Master, Lodge Conception No 1679, GL of Scotland
Conception Bay South
NL
CANADA

Past Master Farnham Lodge of Research No. 33, GL of NL


Posted By: jdwalker519
Date Posted: March/18/2015 at 9:37am
Congratulations from the District of Columbia!!  It wasn't too rough to ride the goat, was it?

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J.D. Walker
Free and Accepted Masons of the District of Columbia
Royal Arch of the District of Columbia
Order of the Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of Virginia


Posted By: CLewey44
Date Posted: March/18/2015 at 8:22pm
Lol, not too bad at all. Excellent presentation. Can't wait to sit thru it as a spectator. Very good feeling to have gained about 5 million new brothers. Ironically, met the first and only person I work with that is in the craft despite working there 5 years now. I was laminating my new card and he noticed and asked 'if I were a traveling man'. Great time and experience.

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Edmond Lodge #37
Washington Lodge #36
OES Chapter #247
Bro. J. Clint Lewey
(I): 02 September 2014
(P): 30 December 2014
(R): 17 March 2015


Posted By: CLewey44
Date Posted: March/18/2015 at 8:24pm
Thank you very much and I am so excited to be apart of something so spectacular. Amazing experience with first 2 and finally culminating last night with one of the most special days of my life.

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Edmond Lodge #37
Washington Lodge #36
OES Chapter #247
Bro. J. Clint Lewey
(I): 02 September 2014
(P): 30 December 2014
(R): 17 March 2015


Posted By: WBScott
Date Posted: March/18/2015 at 9:08pm
Congratulations! Now go celebrate with a drink and a cigar! (just kidding)

When I told my boss at the time that I was being raised, the only thing he would tell me was, "This is going to knock you out!"


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Wentzville (MO) Lodge #46 - PM
Pride of the West (MO) Lodge #179 - PM (twice)
Pauldingville (MO) Lodge #11 - Secretary
Warrenton (MO) Lodge #609 - Secretary
Past DDGM - 25th Masonic District


Posted By: edwmax
Date Posted: March/18/2015 at 10:03pm
Originally posted by WBScott WBScott wrote:

  ... "This is going to knock you out!"

ah, i haven't heard that one in a while.  ... Thumbs Up ...




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"He who would assume to govern others must first learn to govern himself."





Thomasville 369


Posted By: CLewey44
Date Posted: March/19/2015 at 8:30pm
Lol, good one. I appreciate it, sir!

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Edmond Lodge #37
Washington Lodge #36
OES Chapter #247
Bro. J. Clint Lewey
(I): 02 September 2014
(P): 30 December 2014
(R): 17 March 2015


Posted By: Pscyclepath
Date Posted: March/19/2015 at 11:29pm
Underwear...  clean if possible, but definitely underwear ;-)



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Tom Ezell
Adoniram #288, F&AM
Mablevale, AR


Posted By: log cabin Bill
Date Posted: March/20/2015 at 3:57pm
Congratulations on your recent raising. I trust it was an enjoyable experience for you and I hope that you will be an active member in your lodge. Travel well!

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North Hills Lodge, #716,PM
Allegheny RAM,#217,PHP
Allegheny Council,#38,PTIM
Allegheny Commandery #35
Knight Masons,Gateway To The West Council #5
AASR,Valley of Pgh.
Syria Shrine
Islam Grotto



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